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This year, IFFA is expanding its exhibition space

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A new hall was integrated to cover 120,000 sqm of exhibition space, 8% more than the previous edition.

Posted on Jan 14 ,13:07

This year, IFFA is expanding its exhibition space

IFFA, the world's main event in the meat-processing chain, is going to add some novelties for the companies that will exhibit this year at the Frankfurt Fair and Exhibition Centre.
The run-up to IFFA 2019 is characterised by positive signs: more than 1,000 exhibitors from approx. 50 countries have already registered for the highlight of the sector and will occupy 120,000 square metres of exhibition space – 8% more than at the previous event. The integration of the new Hall 12 gives IFFA the chance to expand. Additionally, the fair is being concentrated for the first time in the western section of Frankfurt Fair and Exhibition Centre, offering a comprehensive overview and a future-oriented trade-fair experience, informs Messe Frankfurt.
This year, the trade fair is going to focus on packaging and ways to reduce the amount of packaging materials and on recyclable materials. Skin packaging, modified atmosphere packaging and smart packaging are going to be highlighted in the show as they are responding to the EU Plastics Strategy and the German Packaging Law. Over 60,000 visitors are expected to be in Frankfurt at IFFA 2019, between 04-09 May.

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